I haven't bothered to reload in a number of years, mostly for lack of space aboard my shanty-boat where I lived for the past several years but since I have moved to Mobile and have plenty of room in my shop, its now time to break out the gear and go for it again, especially since 7.62 x 51 seems to be drying up. Looks like most of my dies are pretty well shot with corrosion and will have to be replaced so I think I'll bite the bullet literally and spring for a new 550B Dillon and conversions for .45 ACP, .38/.357, .30 carbine, .30-06, .308, 7mm Weatherby, and .44 mag. Looks like the scale is a bit rusty too so I might as well go for a whole new set-up. I never did get over saving my brass, now if I can mortgage a step-child or two, maybe I buy enough powder, primers, and bullets to reload them all. Does anyone have a Dillon plate conversion chart that tells which ones are common like the .45 acp and .308?